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Who Said That? by Stefanie London

Are all of your characters sounding a bit…the same? If so, read Stefanie London’s post today on Who Said That? And give your characters the voice they deserve! In a romance novel characters are king. […]

Five Ways Point of View Can Make You a Better Writer by Janice Hardy

Think you know POV? Janice Hardy shows us how POV can take your writing to a new level. Welcome back, Janice! Whenever a new writer asks me to share advice, “learn how to use POV” […]

Your Voice Is Your Passport: Deconstructing the Mysterious Thing Called Voice with Kat Cantrell

Author Kat Cantrell talks about voice and how it adds authenticity to your characters and dialogue.   Welcome back, Kat! Voice is one of those elusive elements of good fiction that everyone agrees is critical […]

It’s All in the Voice by Heather Webb

Heather Webb joins us today to give her insight into one of the most eluive and most- discussed topics amongst writers: voice. It’s All in the Voice (Part 1) Ever heard an agent or editor […]

Avoiding Beige Writing by Laura O’Connell

Beige Writing? Horrors! Let’s hear how we can avoid it with author Laura O’Connell! Is your writing dull, colourless and boring? Are you wondering why editors aren’t picking you up for publication? It could be […]

The Importance of Unique Character Voice by Voiceover Artist Cris Dukehart

Anyone who closely followed the RU lectures last fall will recognize today’s guest. Cris Dukehart is a talented voiceover artist, but she’s also funny as all get-out and a super-nice gal. I told her if […]

The Kid in You: The Untapped Resource in All of Us by Kieran Kramer

Kieran Kramer writes funny, smart, sexy historical books that make you smile and swoon from beginning to end. When you meet Kieran  you understand why she has so much joy and laughter in her books – […]

Voice vs. Style

Good morning and welcome to Chaos Theory of Writing! It’s my great pleasure to welcome RITA and Nora Roberts Lifetime Achievement award winner Jennifer Greene. I first heard Jennifer’s workshop on voice and style a […]

Weekly Lecture Schedule for August 9-13, 2010: Katharine Ashe, RWA Nationals, Jennifer Greene, Build-a-Blog

Hello, everyone! Join RU this week as we chat with Katharine Ashe, Build-a-Blog, Tracey’s view on Nationals, and Jennifer Greene. Mon, 8/9 – Crafting Your Career – Come and chat with author Katharine Ashe to […]

Balancing Two Distinctive Writing Voices

Please help me welcome New York Times bestselling author Lori Foster (aka L.L. Foster) to Romance University. I first became aware of Lori’s tremendous storytelling talent through her Servant urban fantasy series. Lori pulled me […]

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